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out to you, george w. bush released ten years, george h.w. bush released 14 years and bob dole released 30 years. mitt romney has only released one. how is that the standard? >> well good morning to you as well norah. as to the two years, of course he released one year going back and also the estimates that he has for this year. that's two preliminarily on the second year. >> we don't know how much he paid in taxes on 2011. >> not yet. but he said he would release those going forward. as to the standard that you mentioned, the practice has varied. you cited some examples of some. but there's others who have only gone back a few years. the larger point is this. there is no claim or no credible indication that mitt romney's done anything wrong. he's within the range of past practice and custom. but number two, why is the media focused on this issue, 10 15-year-old tax returns or college transcripts, when we should be focused on the large issues and the main issues. >> is governor rick perry a member of media? >> i'm sorry. >> governor rick perry is not a mem
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kaniewski was a disaster response adviser to president george w. bush. he handled the recovery after hurricane katrina and says events like this week's storm exposed weaknesses in infrastructure as several power companies are still struggling to bring residents back online. >> sustained power outages are among the top concerns of homeland security officials. i know for a fact this type of scenario keeps them awake at night. >> now, with all these outages, many people are asking the question, why are these power lines aboveground vulnerable to trees? why not put them belowground? >> the simple answer is cost. up to $15 million per mile to make that change totaling billions of dollars in this area alone, a cost passed along to the people who live here. jeff, erica, back to you. >> whit, thanks. >>> there is new fire daenger in the west this morning. a brushfire in palmdale, california north of los angeles erupted overnight and is spreading across a rural area. at this point the fire is moving away from homes. >>> meanwhile in colorado, fires continue to burn throughout that state but t
fundraisers so far this year, compared to 36 for george w. bush at this time in his 2004 re-election campaign. the president has even made tucked rai fundraising calls. he outspent john mccain 3-1. buoyed by enthusiasm from small donors as well as wall street and hollywood. but this year, wall street is far less generous and the small donors far less excited. mitt romney has had no trouble raising money from wealthy supporters. this past weekend at a dinner in the hamptons with the price of admission $75,000 a couple. the president is also warning about money from outside groups, who can raise unlimited amounts, where the gop has the financial advantage. >> the other side is spending more money than we have ever seen before. you have billionaires writing $10 million checks. yeah. they just are spending money like nobody's business. >> reporter: the one place so far in this campaign where obama campaign officials think that they have a head start is in eight key swing states, where so far they have spent $40 million in advertising compared to romney's $13 million. and campaign officials think
however distantly to people as diverse as warren buffet, sarah palin, rush limbaugh and george w. bush, but now the researchers at ancestry.com have discovered startling new evidence, a connection in his mother's family tree. president obama's diverse roots from kenya to kansas are widely known, but now researchers have found a new link. >> president obama is the 11th great grandson of john punch who was the first documented african to be enslaved for life in the american colonies. >> joseph shumway from ancest ancestry.com says his mother is the first descendent of the american slaves through a family called bunch. >> we found that through dna testing by members of the bunch family that their direct ancestors are are subsaharan african origin. we made the connection with the earliest bunch family members and a gentleman by the name of john punch. >> reporter: in 1640, john punch, an african was a servant in virginia who escaped, was caught, and sentenced to remain in bondage to his master for life. as for the difference in the names, punch with a p versus bunch with a b, researchers s
as diverse as warren buffett, sarah palin, rush limbaugh and george w. bush. now, discovering startling new evidence, a connection in his mother's family tree. president obama diverse roots from kenya to kansas are widely known. now researchers found a new link. >> president obama is the 11th great-grandson of john punch, the first documented african to it be enslaved for life in the american colony. >> reporter: from ancestry.com says the president's white smoerp a direct descendant of the first known slave in the american colonies through a family by the name of bunch. >> we found that through dna testing done by members of the bunch family that their direct an sers ancestors from subsaharan africa. a gentleman by the name of john punch. >> reporter: in the 1640, john punch, a african servant in virginia, escaped, caught and sentenced to remain enslaved to his owner for life. punch versus bunch, researchers they that's not unusual. the early record names are as they sounded. ancestry.com genealogists say the slave john punch is the only likely person to be the father of john bunch. it joh
? >> bill, thank you. >>> ari fleischer was white house press secretary for president george w. bush. we're pleased to have him here this morning. >> good morning. >> as a republican, how do you measure, if any, the defining of mitt romney during this period by these attacks? >> there's an easy way to measure it, and that's polls. what we know is since mitt romney won the nomination, despite almost $100 million of ads thrown at him by the obama campaign, he has cut the gap in half. he is down two points in the average polls, which really means that the race is neck and neck. >> does the candidate, assumed to be candidate after the nominating conventions, plan to at some point begin to do something different than what he's doing now? >> well, doing something different, i think if you look again at the polls, charlie, that's of registered voters. when you go to the likely voters, he's winning. so i think mitt romney is actually getting no credit for running what's been a very smart, sensible campaign, trying to keep the focus on the economy, when you have an incumbent that will do everythi
sector. charlie, nora. >> bill, thank you very much. press secretary for george w. bush good to have him. >> thank you. >> how do you measure, if any, the defining of mitt romney during this period by these attacks? >> well, there's an easy way to measure, and that's polling. and what we know is since mitt romney won the nomination despite almost $100 million of ads thrown at him by the obama campaign, he's cut the gap in half. he's down about two points in the polls, which really means the race is neck and neck. >> and does the candidate, the soon-to-be candidate after the nominating conventions, plan to at some point begin to do something different than what he's doing now? >> well doing something different? i think if you look, again, at the polls, charlie, that's of registered voters. when you go to the more likely voters, the ones more intense about the race he's winning. so, i think mitt romney is actually getting no credit for running what's been a really smart, sensible campaign trying to keep the focus on the economy, when you have an incumbent w
to 36 for george w. bush at this time in his 2004 re-election campaign. the president has even made fund-raising calls to big donors from air force one. in 2008 mr. obama out-spent john mccain by roughly 3-1. buoyed by the enthusiasm of small donors as well as big money from wall street and hollywood. but this year, wall street is far less generous and the small donors far less excited. mitt romney has had no trouble raising money from wealthy supporters. this past weekend at estates in the hamptons where the price of admission was $75,000 a couple. the president is also warning supporters about the money from outside groups who can raise unlimited amounts, where the gop has the advantage. >> the other side's spending more money than ever before. you've got billionaires just writing $10 million checks. yeah, they just -- they're spending money like nobody's business. >> reporter: well, the one place where the president so far has a head start is in the eight key swing states where his campaign has spent $40 million in advertising to date. compared to romney who's
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